Exposure

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Impact Exposure gives a voice to student groups at Michigan State University and organizations in the East Lansing area. Listen to see what is happening in your community.

Exposure 06/11/13

Tonight on Exposure, Abbie Newton goes in the field to tour the new Old Town General Store with owner Rhea Van Atta. Michigan State University Associate Professor in Psychology Devin McAuley and Department of Psychology Chair Juli Wade talk about how Australian songbirds are broadening research on stuttering in humans. Also on the show, Spartan alumni Arro Verse speaks about her new song, “Marry Me” and her life as a Los Angeles independent artist. Lastly, former Marine sniper and now Michigan State student, Logan Stark, chats about his documentary film and experience in the military.

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Exposure 5/14/13

Tonight on the first half of the show, Exposure producer Gabriela Saldivia fills in for Abbie Newton with an environmental report regarding May being Bicycle to Work month. The groups in the area that promote this event such as the Be Spartan Green campaign, the Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council and MSU Bikes came into the studio to chat about it. In the second half of the show, we hear form the Peter Nelson Quartet and the Roial Improv Players. Read More…

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Exposure 4/23/13

Tonight is host Abbie Newton’s last Exposure show for the spring semester but not to worry she will be back in the fall. To kick off her last show, Abbie interviews an MSU professor about Chasing Ice, a documentary on climate change that is coming to MSU. The president of the Associated Students of Michigan State University discusses the organization’s current situation. Impact’s Will Mianecki reports on Campus to Coast. AMSU alum calls in to the show to discuss her book. Impact reporter Carmen Scruggs explores the concept of ‘Ring by Spring’. And lastly, we hear about the Zombie invasion to MSU. Read More…

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Exposure 4/16/13

This week on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks about an event called Earth Day Extravaganza. Members of the Spartans Will 360 team come into to studio to talk about their journey across the globe.  A new bike-share business from Ann Arbor phones in to discuss future plans of expanding to East Lansing. Spartan spotlight on the Heavy and Light event Thursday evening. And lastly, music and an interview with Last Night Saved My Life, a band made up of MSU and other college students. Read More…

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Exposure 4/2/13

Tonight on Exposure, Abbie chats with two MSU law professors about same-sex marriage legislation and the issues surrounding it. Impact’s Michelle Feghali reports on Clean Water Action and their efforts to to protect Michigan’s lakes. We hear a breakdown of right-to-work in Michigan. Impact reporter Micaela Colonna explores the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez one month after. A professor from MSU’s college of engineering, talks about a grant the college received and new outreach efforts. The show concludes with a visit and performance from the Roial Improv Players. Read More…

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Exposure 3/26/13

Tonight on Exposure, Lansing City Councilwoman Judy Washington and Ingham County resident Beth Contretras talk about the “vicious dog ordinance”. Impact reporter Alex Sharg explores on and off campus dining options for students. Anas Attal, an MSU student born in Syria, talks about strife in his native country. We chat with a Michigan State doctoral student who won big on Jeopardy. Impact’s Carmen Scruggs reports on vehicle/pedestrian accidents on campus. East Lansing Police Captain Jeff Murphy talks about how Spartans can safely celebrate. Finally, Nick Carver with our Michigan Storytellers segment. Read More…

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Exposure 3/19/13

Tonight on Exposure, host Abbie Newton chats with army veteran, MSU student and Truman scholarship finalist, Kent Dell. Impact’s Mary Hathaway reports on reactions to the new pope from the Vatican. Members of the Council of Graduate Students or COGS, discuss recent initiatives. Impact reporter Miguel Martinez reports on recent immigration legislation in Michigan. MSU Peace Corps representatives talk about their presence on campus and personal experiences volunteering. Lastly, MSU professor of Economics Charles Ballard explains the sequester. Read More…

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Exposure 2/26/13

Tonight on Exposure, Mike Brand and Bert Goldstein from the MSUFCU Institue for Arts & Creativity talk about new initiatives and upcoming performances at the Wharton Center. Director of the MSU’s RISE program Professor Lori Throp and MSU student Liz Brajevich chat about the worm project. Assistant Professor Ryan Clayton talks about MSU’s Comics Forum. And lastly, we hear from Peter Nelson Quartet, a jazz band with roots in Lansing. Read More…

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